Last Updated: Thu, 05 Apr 2012 15:47
Frank Lampard says Chelsea's Champions League semi-final with Barcelona will be a chance for the Blues to gain some revenge.
The last time the west London outfit reached the last four of Europe's premier club competition in 2009 they were controversially dumped out of the tournament by the Spanish giants on the away-goals rule.
Chelsea felt hard done by in the second leg by Norwegian referee Tom Henning Ovrebo after he failed to award them a number of decisions.
Three years on and Chelsea are looking to get one over the current European champions when they meet at the same stage of the competition after the Blues saw off Benfica in the quarter-finals.
Chelsea have been far from their best this season but interim boss Roberto Di Matteo has predicted his players do not fear facing the current Barcelona team.
Lampard has backed up his manager and says the majority of the Chelsea team still have "unfinished business" when it comes to the Catalan club.
Lampard said: "You have to respect they're the greatest team in the world; they have been and still are at the present time.
"That game is still in our minds, but this is a completely different year so we need to try and beat them.
"Obviously they're going to be favourites because of the way they're playing.
"We have a lot of belief in ourselves here, we know we'll have to perform at out absolute best to get a result against them and we believe we can do that."
Despite Lampard's assessment punters might fancy using their free bet to back Barcelona to become the first club to defend their Champions League crown in the modern era of the competition.
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